Pakistan seeks to boost economic ties with Vietnam

Pakistan-Vietnam trade, people-to-people contacts, tourism and education discussed

President of Pakistan Dr. Arif Alvi held a meeting with the Ambassador of Vietnam Pham Hoang Kim to discuss expansion of ties between the two countries.

President Dr. Arif Alvi said that Pakistan highly values its relations with Vietnam and “wants to further strengthen trade and economic cooperation between the two countries.”

He invited Vietnamese investors to take advantage of Pakistan’s improved business environment and the on-arrival visa facility to Vietnamese nationals.

During the meeting with the outgoing Ambassador of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Pham Hoang Kim, who called on him, at President House, Dr. Arif Alvi highlighted the need to institutionalize high-level bilateral exchanges. “The exchange of parliamentary delegations would open up new avenues of bilateral cooperation” he said.

Pakistan admired the fast-paced economic growth of Vietnam and is also grateful for Vietnam’s support to Pakistan to become a full-dialogue partner with ASEAN, the President said.

He also underlined the need to foster people-to-people contacts by promoting cooperation in the fields of tourism and education.

The President also congratulated Ambassador Pham Hoang Kim on the successful completion of his tenure in Pakistan and appreciated his efforts towards the promotion of bilateral ties between Pakistan and Vietnam.

Zakhia Irfan
Zakhia is a dedicated journalist who loves to read and travel. She covers all aspects of aviation and travel news for Islamabad Scene.

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